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The U.S. Supreme Court allowed Texas to enforce its voter identification law for the Nov. 4 midterm elections, denying emergency requests from the Obama administration.
The nation’s transit agencies are developing large-scale rent-producing developments, including hotels, apartment buildings and shopping malls, around their rail hubs.
President Barack Obama said the U.S. may see more isolated cases of Ebola but that he remained confident the country could prevent a serious outbreak of the deadly disease.
The Ebola outbreak has created an urgency for pharmaceutical companies and health officials to produce drugs to treat the disease.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said rising inequality of wealth and income in the U.S. was impeding the economic mobility at the heart of American values.
In stumping for Democratic candidates, former secretary of state tries out messages that would likely surface in her own potential campaign for the White House.
A half-built jail in downtown Detroit has emerged as a symbol of alleged corruption, cost overruns and a brewing spat between elected officials and one of the city’s biggest boosters.
President Barack Obama plans to name Ron Klain, a longtime Democratic aide, as the administration’s “Ebola czar,’’ an official said.
The Obama administration said Friday it will recognize same-sex marriages performed in seven additional states, in the wake of a Supreme Court action last week clearing the way for such unions.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, their regulator and lenders are close to an agreement that could greatly expand mortgage credit while helping lenders protect themselves from charges of making bad loans.
A Texas health-care worker who may have had contact with clinical specimens from the first man diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. has self-quarantined onboard a cruise ship, the State Department said.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler said Friday that he and President Barack Obama are in agreement over rules on how broadband providers can treat traffic on their networks.
Virginia county officials said Friday afternoon a public-health investigation ruled out the possibility that the woman who became ill in a Pentagon parking lot in the morning had Ebola.
Georgia Democrat Michelle Nunn, daughter of Sam Nunn, is playing down her party ties in her bid for a Senate seat held by Republicans.